Paul Brady Announces New Collaborative Live Album Paul Brady: The Vicar Street Sessions Volume 1

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Paul Brady is well and truly a legend of the Irish music scene having performed his music at home and all over the world since the late 60s. In 2001 Brady put on a series of 23 concerts at the legendary Dublin venue Vicar Street where he asked artists who has sung his songs over the years to come and play with him including Bonnie Raitt, Van Morrison, Mark Knopfler, Sinead O’Connor and many more.

“At times I was a spectator in my own show as my guests, my friends, took the roof off Vicar Street,” Paul Brady says of the shows. “I knew then we’d captured something special.”

On the 27th April Paul Brady will be releasing Paul Brady: The Vicar Street Sessions Volume 1 featuring performances from the 2001 shows. Check out the full track listing below:

1. I Want You To Want Me
2. Baloney Again (feat. Mark Knopfler)
3. The Soul Commotion
4. Nobody Knows (feat. Gavin Friday and Maurice Seltzer)
5. Believe In Me
6. In This Heart (feat. Sinead O’Connor)
7. Irish Heartbeat (feat. Van Morrison)
8. Not The Only One (feat. Bonnie Raitt)
9. Don’t Go Far (feat. Curtis Stigers)
10. The Long Goodbye (feat. Ronan Keating)
11. Last Seen October 9th (feat. Eleanor McEvoy)
12. The World Is What You Make It (feat. Bonnie Raitt)
13. Forever Young

1 Comment

  1. March 27, 2015 at 15:56

    […] – Irish music legend Paul Brady will be releasing his new live album Paul Brady: The Vicar Street Sessions Volume 1 featuring collaborations with the like of Bonnie Raitt, Van Morrison, Mark Knopfler, Sinead O’Connor and many more. Details here […]


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